Imprint derived from colophon (o9 recto-verso): In alma Hispalensi vrbe Hispanie ciuitatum principe: est impress[us] per Meynardum Vngut Alamanum et Stanislaum Polonum socios. Anno a Christi natali. M. CCCC. XLiiij ... finitus fuit anno supra dicto. iij. nonas Aprilis.
Signatures: [a]-n⁸ o¹⁰ ([a]1, o10=blank).
Chancery quarto; printed in red and black; g4 [i.e. leaf 52] recto: 33 lines, 155 x 101 mm; types: 144G (incipit), 111G (liturgical texts printed under music), 95G (text); woodcut initials and initial spaces with guide letters; printed music
COPY NOTE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q.405.57 imperfect: [a]1 and o10 (both blank) wanting. Paginated in an early hand. Leaf dimensions: 193 x 134 mm.
PROVENANCE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q.405.57 with early inscription on recto of final flyleaf at front: "in festo purificacionis: oratio: omnipotens:" On verso: antiphon (Lumen ad revelationem) and Canticle of Simeon (Nunc dimittis servum) -- duplicating the printed music contained on [a]2 verso. Leaves numbered in an early hand; early marginal annotations and corrections throughout. On l8 verso, a circle containing the names of saints Dominic, Thomas, and Raymond. Purchased from the Rosenbach Company in 1936.
BINDING: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q.405.57 bound in early tacketed vellum, original ties present. Spine unlabeled. Later pastedowns and free endpapers.
Ungut, Meinard, -1499?, printer; Stanislao, Polono, active 1491-1514, printer; Rosenbach Company, former owner